July 10, 2015

TGIL- Volume I of Lynnderella Fridays!

*Sent for review*

I've decided to make Fridays my weekly Lynnderella post, because, quite frankly, what better way to get ready for the weekend than some sparkly Lynnderella goodies? So when you see TGIL- Thank Goodness It's Lynnderella- you know the weekend is almost here! We start off this edition of TGIL with the beautiful Lynnderella Fig State. Fig State is a super sparkly plum microglitter. The glitter is a pink burgundy with holographic flashes. This polish really makes me want to eat plums!

Fig State is super full coverage. This is two thin coats, but I really could have done just one! It was easy to apply, maybe a little thicker than some Lynns, but still good to work with. It was nice and smooth with one layer of Essie Good to Go.

Lynnderella Outlandish is a hot pink sheer jelly with iridescent and gold shards and pink shimmer. This one is so multi-dimensional! The gold shards and the iridescent ones play nicely off of each other and are all sorts of sizes, so they look nicely random. The neon pink is really bright and pretty too.

This is three coats of Outlandish. It has a nice squishy look to it and all of the shards are smooth and flat (yay!). It was nice to apply, no problems.

Be still my navy loving heart! Lynnderella Craving Navy has everything I want in a navy polish- deep dark navy blue base, navy microglitter and twinkly holographic glitter accents sparkling like stars in the night sky. Droooooool.

This is two coats of Craving Navy, but again I almost could have done one coat. It was super pigmented and opaque. It was so easy to apply, I didn't do any clean up here. It was also totally smooth with one layer of Essie Good to Go. My new favorite navy for sure!

Lynnderella Purple Piffle is a super cute pinky purple and holographic microglitter polish. It has a translucent pinky purple base and small holographic purple accent glitters. This is a really beautiful shade of purple, kind of like orchid and deep lavender mixed together.

This is two easy coats of Purple Piffle. It was great to apply and nicely opaque.

Lynnderella Fruitcake Melt is one of those polishes that makes me want to eat it. My mouth actually waters when I look at this and I think of delicious Creamsicles or maybe orange-mango sorbet. Fruitcake Melt is a yellow orange with complex pink, gold and even blue shimmer. The shimmer makes this look different in different lights, sometimes it looks more like a soft peach than it does here. 

This is three coats of Fruitcake Melt. It starts off being translucent, as Lynnderella describes it, but it builds up to full opacity in three coats. It was easy to apply and is a very nice consistency. I don't have much experience with Lynnderella's non-glitters polishes and I was very impressed with this one. It's lovely!

*Sent for review*

These are all limited edition Lynnderellas, so just keep your eye on the Lynnderella eBay store or Lynnderella StorEnvy for these. For more information about Lynnderella, please check out lynnderella-lynnderella.blogspot.com. Also, like Love Lynnderella on Facebook for more pretty swatches!

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